The MOBO awards - which celebrates music from world famous artists who come from black or ethnic minority backgrounds will be held in Leeds on their 20th Anniversary. The announcement was made this afternoon at Leeds Carnival. Victoria Whittam was there.
Leeds Rhinos were celebrating last night as they brought the Challenge Cup back home to Headingley.
Hundreds of fans lined the streets to welcome the players home, after they overwhelmed Hull KR 50 points to nil to lift the trophy for a second successive year. Hannah Miller reports.
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Tens of thousands of music lovers have been packing up and heading home today after the North's biggest music festival this weekend. And it seems next year's headliners have already been booked. Emily Kerr has more.
Rock band Ash said they were glad to be back in West Yorkshire to perform at Bramham Park.
The band last graced the Leeds Festival stage in 2010. They made a pit-stop during rehearsals to talk to ITV reporter Sarah Clark when they revealed how they picked the name for their latest album - Kablammo!
The massive clear-up has started this morning at Bramham Park as music-lovers leave Leeds Festival.
70,000 fans watched over 200 bands perform on eight stages at the three day event.
American rock act Metallica closed the festival last night. There has been some traffic congestion this morning on the A64 as vehicles leave but it is expected to ease this afternoon.
It is the Leeds West Indian Carnival this afternoon and up to 150,000 visitors are expected.
The annual parade of Caribbean music and extravagant costumes starts in Potternewton Park in Harehills around 2pm. The Carnival King and Queen, accompanied by the Prince and Princess will lead the procession.
Sienna Leader, who is 10-years-old and from the city, had the chance to debut her amazing costume at a special event hosted at the Yorkshire playhouse on Friday night.
The amazing thing is Sienna just got out of hospital the Saturday before - she was recovering from a 2 day stint in the hospital she had a Quinsy (abscess) on her tonsils but she was so determined she wasn't going to miss it, as she had always wanted to be involved in the Carnival and wow has she made her mark.
I'm just bursting with pride she's just amazing.
The carnival has been going for almost fifty years, and a major announcement is expected to be made during the event this afternoon.
Challenge cup runners up Hull KR will be celebrating today, following their first final at Wembley in 29 years.
Despite their 50 points to nil defeat at the hands of Leeds Rhinos, the council is hosting celebrations at city hall to mark Rovers' best challenge cup run since the eighties. Fans have been praised for their loyal support.